Maude Bernier Chabot, originally from Canada’s northwestern coast, has lived and worked in Montréal since 2005. Her body of work deals with the dialectic between the artificial and the natural in Western contemporary society. For this purpose she uses artisanal as well as industrial production methods.
A former student at Concordia University, she won the Diagonale Award in 2009, the Yvonne-Bombardier Award in 2015, the Office Québec-Amériques for youth in 2011, two research and creation grants from the Conseil des arts et des lettre du Québec (2011-2014) and two project grants from the Canada Council for the Arts (2013-2015).
Her works have been exhibited at, among others, Skol, Diagonale, Circa, Art Mûr, Casa de la Cultura in Holguin (Cuba) and cultural houses in the Plateau-Mont-Royal and of Montréal North.